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Associations Incorporation Amendment (Transfer of Incorporation) Bill 2010

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[COUNCIL - Thursday, 25 November 2010]
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Hon Sue Ellery; Hon Lynn MacLaren; Hon Nick Goiran; Hon Norman Moore

ASSOCIATIONS INCORPORATION AMENDMENT (TRANSFER OF INCORPORATION) BILL 2010
Remaining Stages — Standing Orders Suspension— Motion Read more »

Small Business Development Corporation Motion Speech

[COUNCIL - Wednesday, 15 September 2010] 6599 Read more »

Retail Trading Hours Amendment Bill Speech

6764 [COUNCIL - Thursday, 16 September 2010] Read more »

National Broadband Network in WA

HON LYNN MacLAREN (South Metropolitan) [10.45 am]: I rise to speak in support of the motion. I am very
concerned that our state government is not supporting this proposal by the federal government to provide this very
important, long-term telecommunications infrastructure in this state. Read more »

Clunkers scheme leaves solar industry in the shade

The Federal Government is taking a damaging short-term approach to climate change by cutting funding for solar industry grants in order to pay for the ‘cash for clunkers’ scheme,  according to Greens Fremantle candidate Kate Davis.

Kate Davis is pictured here with Lynn, Jeremy Ball from Solar Harness and car owner Kate Pearson, who says she would rather keep her 1991 Honda and get the $2000 worth of solar panels instead.

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OXFAM Climate Change Panel discussion

Aug 19 2010 18:30
Aug 19 2010 20:30

Oxfam Australia presents a FREE panel discussion:

Action on Climate Change: now but how?

Alexander Lecture Theatre, UWA

19 August 2010, 7pm - 8.30pm

RSVP: wastatecommittee@oxfam.org.au

Refreshments and canapés will be provided from 6.30pm

Submit your questions when you RSVP by August 17. Read more »

Happy Birthday Sustainable Energy Association WA

Lynn MacLaren MLC would like to congratulate the Western Australian Sustainable Energy Association on another milestone - its 8th birthday.

WA SEA was established in 2002 to promote the development of a sustainable energy industry as a solution to reducing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions.

It now has over 330 members, making WA SEA the largest energy industry chamber in Australia.

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Greens Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff Bill

Recently launched renewables legislation from the WA Greens is expected to attract even more support following widespread disappointment at the State Government’s decision to clear another hurdle to a coal power resurgence in Collie.

The new legislation would greatly reduce the need to build more dirty coal-fired power plants and there is growing behind-the-scenes support for the Bill.

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Small Business

"Nobody talks of entrepreneurship as survival, but that's exactly what it is and what nurtures creative thinking."  -Anita Roddick Read more »